Police logs - Dec. 14, 2018
Todd Bellerose, 45, of 25 Forrest Road was charged Wednesday with second-degree criminal mischief.
Marybeth Kostek, 39, of 25 Briar Lane, Norwich, was charged Monday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, interfering with an officer, second-degree assault and assault of a public safety or emergency medical personnel.
John H. Gillis, 42, of 48 Granite St., No. 4, New London, was charged Tuesday with second-degree breach of peace.
Albert J. Fontaine, 84, of 300 Brandegee Ave., No. 310, was charged Wednesday with criminal violation of a restraining order.
Arantxa D. Munoz, 23, of 10 Chidley Way, Ledyard, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to drive in the proper lane, failure to signal a turn, making an improper turn and driving without a license.
Richard W. Burton, 53, of Ashaway, R.I., was charged Tuesday with first-degree criminal trespass.
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Stephanie R. Proulx, 26, of Chester was charged Dec. 6 with third-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace.
Gary Stewart, 40, of Monson, Mass., was charged Dec. 1 with second-degree breach of peace.
Luis David Serrano, 33, of Waterbury was charged Sunday on a warrant with fifth-degree larceny.
Elijah T. White, 33, of New Haven was charged Sunday on a warrant with fifth-degree larceny.
Claudio Richard Smith Soto-Enciso, 27, of 168 W. Thames St., Norwich, was charged Dec. 4 on warrants with fifth-degree larceny and sixth-degree larceny.
Rosemary Gibson, 28, of 247 Williams St., New London, was charged Dec. 3 with second-degree breach of peace.
Robert D. Alix, 19, of Fairfield was charged Dec. 2 with second-degree breach of peace and unlawful restraint.
Edward Dibene, 50, of North Haven was charged Dec. 1 with second-degree breach of peace and interfering with an officer.
Benjamin Nazario, 37, of 169 Ocean Ave. Apt. 2, was charged Wednesday with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and interfering with an officer.
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